The Wreckage of Reason II blog tour continues. The post Three Questions to Three Women Writers or Russians was retweeted this morning to 62,000 people via the #MondayBlogs. I guess that’s good. I haven’t started tweeting (despite my company name). I haven’t been convinced of the value of it for me at this time.
And during another stop on the tour, Alexandra Chasin reflects on Andrea Dworkin’s contributions to and advocacy of unconventional writing by women (and the conventions as constraints on thinking). I didn’t know, or had forgotten about, Dworkin’s stand on punctuation. The amazing thing is, I’ve been thinking about Dworkin a lot lately, considering re-reading her and others regarding the porn industry. (Why? Let’s just say I have a 14-year old son with internet access.) It always amazes me how just when I need something, it is so often brought to me by another woman writer.
This Literary Mothers, btw, is another Tumblr site I am now following.
What an amazing community. Have you enjoyed the stories in WORII yet? Have you posted your review?
Wreckage of Reason II: Back to the Drawing Board, is an anthology of experimental writing edited by Nava Renek. Wreckage of Reason is available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powell’s, and other fine bookstores.